Originally Posted by pauldovi
Or don't want to develope.
Large companies are never responsible for innovation.
The margins are too low.
They let someone else come up with the innovation (while 1000 others fail) then they buy them out.
Totally correct there.
He designed a compiler that identifies which functions
share resources, and a simple threading layer in the kernel to direct the functions or threads to different cores. To get the best performance boost, it'd have to maintain dynamic counts of which cores are accessing what memory pages, and change its behaviour based on that. I'm guessing he uses ~4 of those 64 cores just to manage the other cores efficiently....but apparently it works.